Claire Trévien

Poetry, Marketing, History and other oddities

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Claire Trévien is the Social Media and Marketing Manager at Passle. She is also a poet (see clairetrevien.co.uk) and a cultural historian (see clairetrevien.com). This blog is a mishmash of these interests.

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Androids Surge Ahead

As a recent(ish) Android convert, it's good to see that it's outperforming iOS. Even better, would be to see app developers take it as...

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Another plane crash

I've been glued to French radio for an hour this morning, waiting to hear if there were any survivors from this morning's German Wings...

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Poetry book design clichées

Although it's quite US-focused, I can think of quite a few UK covers that fall into these categories. The painting in a box, in...

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Gérard Trévien

Last night, my dad was going through my grandmother’s house clearing stuff out in preparation for its sale and found,...

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The Poetics of the (Bloodaxe) Archive

A really remarkable website featuring archives from Bloodaxe dating back to 1978 - you can hop from poem to poem following the shape, a...

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Blunders and Social Media

There's a bit of a 'you've been framed' fascination with social media blunders I find. On the one hand you cringe and cover your eyes,...

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Sad News for IdeasTap

IdeasTap has been a provider of arts funding for young (and not so young) artists for seven years now. I was a lucky recipient myself...

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Review of The Shipwrecked House at StAnza

A wonderful review of the last show on The Shipwrecked House tour, at StAnza Festival. I really had a wonderful (but too brief) time in...

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The power of poetry

A beautiful essay on the power of the written word to reach us, especially in moments of despair and confusion:

What I wanted her to know is: People have been in pain before, struggled to find hope, and look what they’ve done with it. They made...…

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